Children On HooksChildren On Hooks4 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Children On Hooks
Stitching thread and mechanics help the children smile,
On each face, in this demented place, children have never been so vile.
Cannot say they have thoughts and dreams, although you can see their brain,
even if there no one would care, for they are all insane.
The children hanging on hooks, filing row by row,
In a horrible place, a terrified face, but their expresion will never show.
Cause of Doctor Bumby ``the puppetier`` puts their new doll face on,
no expression, all the same. down the chute. gone.
Where the chute leads to i truly cannot see,
Probrably to the infernal train, where he thinks all memories should be.
he runs the its schedule and its itinerary too,
But it can be stopped, it was all made by you.
Alice Madness Begin Part 6‘This is it’, Alice said firmly. ‘The Jabberwock’s Lair.’Alice Madness Begin Part 61 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
After re-joining with the others, Alice, Sora, Donald and Goofy travelled to a desolate and forbidden place with lava fountains and skeletons scattered all over the place. Inside, they could hear the growling of the Jabberwock, the Red Queen’s champion.
‘Must we go in there?’ Donald asked, his legs shaking.
‘We came so far.’ Goofy said. ‘There is no turning back.’
Sora looked at Alice. He grabbed her hand and gave it a slight squeeze. Alice squeezed back and smiled at him before letting go. The group readied their weapons and strode slowly into the lair. As they enter the lair, they stopped as they behold a creature that was most horrifying so far during their encounter. The creature resembled a giant, green lizard with mechanical wings, glowing yellow orbs for eyes and a burning furnace attached to its’ chest. This half-monster and half-machine was en
Her Name is AliceHer Name is Alice3 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
("If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense")
("Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't")
I invite you to a world where there is no such thing as time
And every creature lends themselves to change your state of mind
And the girl that chased the rabbit, drank the wine, and took the pill
Has locked herself in limbo to see how it truly feels
To stand outside your virtue
No one can ever hurt you
Or so they say
Her name is Alice (Alice)
She crawls into the window
Through shapes and shadows
And even though she's dreaming, she knows
Sometimes the curiosity can kill the soul but leave the pain
And every ounce of innocence is left inside her brain
And through the looking glass we see she's painfully returned
But now off with her head I fear is everyone's concern
You see there's no real ending
It's only the beginning
Come out and play
Her name is Alice (Alice)
She crawls into the window
Through shapes and shadows
Closing InThe walls are closing in, Alice.Closing In8 months ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
They are closing in, locking everything into place.
Turning the key, pocketing it. The gears turn, squeaking.
Run, Alice! Run!
Care not for the fools in your way, nor the children who swarm like bees.
Avoid the pests, they are merely insects.
The citizens mean nothing.
They are nothing, Alice.
The riddles the Cat made, you must miss.
They twist your mind to fit this place...
Your mind becomes more confused than ever.
Fight it, Alice. Battle your curiosity.
Those enemies of yours will cower easily... but you let them stir fear in your heart.
You do not know your own mind!
It is your own doing, your own fault... Your own life.
Is this what it is meant to be, Alice? Is this what you intended?...
Your efforts are squashed, ripped apart by your doctor.
He burns your memories, shatters your family...
Will you listen to his words, Alice?
Will you give in?...
But you are.
You are taking in his lies... corruptions...
If you listened more
Change - A Hans/Elsa Story - Chapter 1It was November, and it was going to snow. I would be the first of the year (if you don't count the fiasco that occurred that summer) and though no one but Elsa was aware of it, she was certain, today was the day.Change - A Hans/Elsa Story - Chapter 11 year ago in Romance More Like This
She always knew when it was going to snow. Ever since she was a child she would wake up and feel it. A heaviness, in her bones and skin, and she would stand outside on one of the palace balconies and wait for the cloud to release their burden. It would be a long process, sometimes she would wait all day, but the moment that first flake fell it made the whole thing worthwhile. She would feel the weight lift from her and be replaced by a light, airy bliss. She would spend the rest of the day with her head in the clouds. Anna would recall that if she did she her sister on these days she seemed so happy, but she never quite knew why.
Though things had changed since she had become Queen, Elsa still awoke before the sun. the same heavy feeling on her skin. She dressed quickly, almo
Happily Ever After...(Jack FrostXElsa)Happily Ever After...(Jack FrostXElsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
The Arendale Castle,Arendale
All the Arendale people including the people from outside country have been invited to the Arendale Castle to celebrate the wedding ceremony between Queen Elsa and her love life. They were so happy and accepted her with loud supportation because she finally found a very good man that came from Burgess. They also were very excited to see the Coronation ceremony for the new King of Arendale.
The wedding ceremony was held together with the Coronation ceremony. The Coronation will started once the wedding ceremony ended. Looks like they will have a new King. They were very happy and absolutely happy.
“Oh,I’m so excited to see them getting married. They are so adorable together…so much cute and meant to be.”A female townfolk said to his husband.
“You’re absolutely right!!I hope our new King can rule Arendale with love and fair. I also hope that h
Tracks in the Snow - PrologueTracks in the Snow - Prologue1 year ago in Romance More Like This
It was a cold January evening. Elsa, only age six, sat beside her younger sister on a snow covered log. The two had spent the chilly snow day together, building silly snowmen and brushing the powdered pearls off their shoulders. The birds of Arendelle began to grow silent as the sun slowly set.
"Girls!" Elsa's mother called. "It's time to come in now. I've made some hot cocoa for you."
Anna giddily rose from the log and tottered towards their mother. Elsa also rose, but slowly and sadly. She felt safe in the snow. She wasn't ready to feel the harsh warmth of the castle. "Mommy, do I have to?"
"Yes, Elsa. You've been out here all day and I don't want you to catch a cold. Hurry along now." Her mother placed her hand on her shoulder and shuffled her into the castle.
Anna happily climbed the stairs with her mother by her side. Elsa dawdled behind, gazing at the snowflakes out the window. "I wish it could be winter forever."
"I don't," their mother chuckled. She scooted Elsa along and escor
Tracks in the Snow - Chapter 2Tracks in the Snow - Chapter 21 year ago in Romance More Like This
When Elsa woke up, Jack was still sleeping. She figured she would prepare him breakfast so he could regain some strength. She remembered she had some food to prepare in an ice box in her kitchen in case Anna was ever to visit. As far as she remembered, there was fruit and a few foods that could spoil like eggs, milk, and cheese. She didn't eat as much as her warm sibling did, but she did eat occasionally for nourishment.
She slowly opened the ice box and removed a jar of yogurt. She scooped the yogurt into a freezing bowl. After that she cut some fruit and placed it in the yogurt. To top off the breakfast, she poured a glass of milk into a frozen mug. She smiled to herself in success; she wasn't the best host, but she felt as if she succeeded.
She heard the sleepy boy stir down the stairs. He lazily slumped into a dining room chair, not noticing Elsa peak from the kitchen. "Good morning," she said suddenly.
Jack flinched. "Oh! I didn't see you. Good morning."
"I hope you like yogurt. T
jack and elsa: unexpected meetingjack and elsa: unexpected meeting1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Jack landed softly on the snow-covered ground. He had been flying around exploring the world when he had spotted something in the mountains.
A girl was walking lonely in the darkness with a red cape dragging behind her. Jack felt like something was pulling him toward her. He knew she could not see so he decided to follow her for a bit. She was walking slowly with the wind against her slowly climbing up the mountain.
There was something about her; it looked like she was broken as if she had lost everything.
Suddenly she started to sing, her clear voice filled the cold empty air.
Jack felt like someone just had hit him in the stomach. The song was full with sadness, he wanted to put his arms around her hold her and comfort her.
But just as it sounded like the girl was going to break down she raised her voice and the song got a different tone.
She threw up her glove and ice sparkle from her hands. Jack took a deep breath; she had the same power as him. He wa
Infernal TrainThe Infernal TrainInfernal Train3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Running down your
Hopes and dreams
The Infernal Train
Emotionless Asylum: Part OneEmotionless Asylum: Part One10 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I was never a normal child. My parents knew that since I was born. That was why they abandoned me outside the orphanage. But even they found me to be, unusual. I never laughed when playing with the other children. I didnt cry either when they picked on me. I never made any friends. I didnt care. I didnt want any. What I wanted was to be alone, and if I couldnt have that, then death.
I wasnt at the orphanage long. After two years of not talking, odd behaviour and not even a chance at being adopted they sent me to a doctor. He spent years studying me. I slept in a spacious room, with a bed, a chest for my things, and a window. They pitied me. I knew it. They gave me nice clothes, toys, books, anything a normal small girl of six could wish for. But I was no typical six-year-old girl. I didnt care for the things they gave me. When I threw the toys at them they would always end up back in the chest. There was only one thing I liked
Alice 4: AsylumIt felt like my eyes had only shut for a few seconds when someone was grabbing my shoulders and shaking me awake.Alice 4: Asylum6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Mary! Mary Alice, wake up! Quickly! Mothers sharp whisper cut through the drowsy haze that fogged my brain. My eyes inched open.
What? I mumbled, yawning and rubbing my eyes.
Get up! Now! She yanked my covers off, and I shivered in the cool air.
Why? I looked out the window--it was dark out, not even a hint of sunlight. Its not even morning, and its a school--
Do what I say, Mary Alice! Mother hissed, her voice shaking with fury. I sat up and stretched, realizing on an afterthought that Mother only called me Mary Alice when she was extremely angry.
I was moving too slow for her liking--with a bony hand, she grabbed my arm and pulled me off of the bed and started pushing me out of my room.
Whats wrong? Hey, I need to get dressed! Now I was panicking; I tried to turn ar
Alice in The AsylumAlice in The Asylum6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It was just another day at the asylum. I often pondered as to why I had chosen to work here, the profession bored me endlessly, and even the screaming had lost its affect on me. Shouldnt I be avoiding all aspects of human life?
Then I smelt the delectable scent of human blood and smiled. I knew why.
A human asylum was such a convenient place to be able to feed. These humans were not cared about, the psychos of society, the nut cases, the crazies. No one particularly cared if a few went missing. The admission dates and the dates on their tombstones always matched up. I figured I was sparing them from the horrible tortures the other carers used to cure them. Shock treatments and crude brain surgery.
I wandered up and down the generic concrete corridor; I could hear the screams of the surviving patients. I had to be inconspicuous you see, not all of them could disappear at once, though my mouth filled with venom at the thought.
Focus I told myself.
I looked on the clipbo
There Was A Girl I Knew... A Long Time Ago 2There Was A Girl I Knew... A Long Time Ago 21 year ago in Settings More Like This
Here is the next part of the series!
2: Ice Skating
Anna and her sister, Elsa, were in the middle of tea lessons. They sat at either side of the table with the instructor in the middle. Anna held the teacup to her lips, drinking in and the teacher eyed her. Anna swallowed, looking to Elsa. Her sister took a dainty sip of tea and in realization, Anna followed her example. The instructor returned to her own drink. Relieved, Anna took another sip, her eyes wandering to the window. Jack Frost was there, waving. Anna nearly choked, but gulped down her tea. Elsa and their teacher eyed her again. Anna cleared her throat, “Um, will you excuse me for a moment, I, uh, have to go do something.”
“In the middle of your lessons, your highness?” The instructor spoke.
“Yeah, um, bathroom.” Was her excuse. She stumbled out of the room. The remaining women watched her curious
Tracks in the Snow - Chapter 1Tracks in the Snow - Chapter 11 year ago in Romance More Like This
Elsa pushed back the stray piece of platinum hair from the center of her forehead. She gazed out her balcony and into endless foggy snow. The sun was begging to set and unleash the bitter temperatures of winter nights. She didn't mind the coldness though. It comforted her. It made her feel as if she truly belonged somewhere.
She smiled as the soft snow caressed her skin. It made her feel sleepy and safe. She turned away from the frost bitten window and strode through the lifeless hallways. The only sound was the soft taps of her shoes and the fierce roaring of winds echoing throughout the empty castle. She took pride in her creation of her ice castle. It was a requiem to her former self. It provided safety, security, and seclusion.
She climbed the stairs slowly. She had no hurry to be anywhere or get anything done. She found herself slipping into her nightgown and pulling the thin, white sheets over her pale body. She laid pondering about her sister; she wondering if she was handling t
There Was A Girl I Knew... A Long Time Ago 3There Was A Girl I Knew... A Long Time Ago 31 year ago in Settings More Like This
3: STORY TIME
Arendelle didn’t get any visitors. One sunny, yet cold morning held an exception. The royal family of Enchancia arrived at the castle in a golden carriage. Out hopped the king, queen, prince and two princesses. Elsa and Anna stood by to welcome the family to Arendelle. Elsa remained stoic and calm while Anna was more than eager. Meeting new people was a rarity that she wanted to take advantage of.
She was surprised to find that the prince and princesses- who she was most excited to meet- were a good head shorter than her. Anna shrugged it off, though, still open to be friendly with them. The prince looked extremely bored, the blonde princess eyed Anna once with disinterest, but looked to Elsa with admiration; the auburn-haired princess gazed around the area with wide eyes.
Anna was occupied for the majority of the day, less so than Elsa, but still offered entertainm
Frozen Guardians: Chapter 1- The CoronationFrozen Guardians: Chapter 1- The Coronation1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Jack Frost slipped into a palace, weaving through the crowds as latin hymns echoed.
A young woman, in a long purple cape, kneeled before a priest as he crowned her Queen of Arendelle. He gently placed a small crown in her thick platinum blonde hair and she rose looking down upon some symbolic items for her to hold.
As she reached the Priest coughed, "Ahem, your highness, your gloves."
She looked down at her hands and removed her blue gloves and picked up the items and held them before her people. Jack's eyes widen as he saw frost creep across the golden objects, her eyes widened and she quickly placed them back on the pillow. Before he knew it people applauded for there new queen, Queen Elsa.
Soon a celebration broke out a night of dancing and praise for there new queen. The band played loud as people went to pay respects for there new queen.
"Queen Elsa of Arendelle!" A heavyset man gestured for the Queen.
She gracefully walked up onto a stage
Amnesia: The Dark Descent x Alice: Madness ReturnsSlowly, he came to. His vision was blurred and his head ached terribly. A feminine voice quietly spoke his name, "Daniel." He didn't recognize whom he was hearing initially, so he quickly tensed up. Was he hearing those people from again... Was it the little girl? Daniel was sick of those voices; they filled him with an unbearable measure of guilt. His hands traveled upward and clamped down hard on his ears.Amnesia: The Dark Descent x Alice: Madness Returns2 years ago in Settings More Like This
"Can't hear it... Can't hear it... I can't... hear it." The sounds surroundings him began to fade; he was certain that he'd successfully drowned her out.
"Daniel!" He could hear this as clearly as a cloudless sky and this startled him completely. His body shook in fright and Daniel involuntarily looked forward to what was in front of him. Though the environment was unfailingly dark, as always, he could make out two luminous, green orbs. By now, he could recognize them anywhere. They were the emerald eyes of Alice Liddell. Daniel blinked twice and her figure grew less vague each tim
Maybe If...Maybe ifMaybe If...4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Build a Snowman-ElsaDo I wanna build a snowman?Build a Snowman-Elsa1 year ago in Profiles More Like This
Yes I wish I could come and play
We never see each other anymore
I want to come outside the door
But I’m just too afraid
We used to be best buddies
But now we can’t
I wish I could tell you why.
Do I wanna build a snowman?
Yes, I wanna build a snowman.
Do I want to build a snowman?
Or chase you up and down the halls?
Your right my company is overdue
But I’m a danger to you when I step beyond these doors
It gets more than a little lonely
In my frozen room
Just watching you play outside.
Oh Anna, I hear you out there
I wish I didn’t have to hide here like a sin.
I need your courage, by God I’m trying to
But my powers are bleeding through
I can’t let you in.
We only have each other
It’s just you and me
But What am I going to do?
Yes, I want to build a snowman…
My Little Kurama 1My Little Kurama: Battling the DarknessMy Little Kurama 15 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Kurama, there's a pony in the courtyard."
In a well-ordered universe, there are rules and balances regarding the proper way to start a conversation. "There's a pony in the courtyard" brings conversation to a level that is terribly disconcerting before even having to say hello.
Kurama reflected on this and leaned away from his desk, shuffling through files in a quietly desperate attempt to distract himself from the question he inevitably had to ask.
"Well, it's pastel, and it's got wings on, but it's a pony." Chuu shifted uncomfortably in front of the long desk where Kurama ran Gandara's affairs of state. Yomi may very well rule the place, but Kurama made sure the kingdom and its colonies ran like a finely tuned clock. Rarely anything got past his notice, so 'ponies with wings on,' were in the general area of miffed incredulity. Really, he had no time for pranks.
He stared hard at Chuu, who began to rock from one foot to the